Gorilla Mindset: Book Review

This is one of my latest installments, where I review a book that I just read recently and talk about its value.

Gorilla Mindset is a book that covers how to train your mindset to become resourceful, confident , mindful, and to have an abundance mentality.

There are 11 chapters in this book, it is not difficult at all to read and understand.  What I like the most about this book is that it has practical steps, and isn’t just some ra ra hocus pocus motivation. Continue reading Gorilla Mindset: Book Review

The importance of Daily Habits

A good way to get good at something is to do it everyday.

By doing things everyday you get better at whatever it is you are doing.

It’s similar to taking showers and brushing teeth.

It is important to do things even when you don’t feel like it.  The goal is to be better than average on our worst days.

Anyone can be great on their best days, it’s how we are on our worst days that are most important. Continue reading The importance of Daily Habits

Start fast

The importance of starting before you are ready.

Most people wait for the perfect moment to get something done.  They try to be cute and make sure everything is perfect including the work.

A better approach would be to attack it and adjust from there.

Most people need momentum in order to get better, very few people are effective without momentum.

Also, we don’t realize that we are never ready.  We will never be ready, you must simply jump into the fire, and if you value your life enough, you will survive. Continue reading Start fast

Two Roads

There are always two roads, two sides to every story.

There’s always a winner and a loser.  There’s an ugly person and an attractive person.

Finally, there is a weaker version of ourselves and a stronger version.  Ultimately it is up to us to decide if we are going to give in to our weaker selves, or if we are going to feed that hungry wolf or great ape that is ready to eat. Continue reading Two Roads

Hardcore training for Athletes

I’ve noticed at gyms that people have a defeatist weak training program.   How do you know if the training program is weak?

No huffing and puffing in between sets, enough energy to talk to other members at the gym.  Endless sets of curls, (curls are great btw I do them about 3 times per week) there are other body parts that need to be trained besides arms.

Programs are also weak, if the lifter is not able to progress.  Always try to do more. Continue reading Hardcore training for Athletes